Moonpig, a popular UK-based firm that sells personalised greeting cards, has put the personal and financial information of over 3 million of its customers in danger by using a flawed API.
After having disclosed the extent of the employees' information stolen in the recent hack to the California Attorney General’s Office, Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) has sent out an email to the affected workers, outlining the scope of the potential damage the "brazen cyber attack" might bring to them personally.
As the Guardians of Peace announced another explosive data leak for Christmas, Sony Pictures Entertainment got into incident minimization mode by sending out a message to news outlets, demanding they stop publishing information gleaned from the already released data and future releases.
While we continue to wait for an official statement and/or explanation from Sony Pictures Entertainment, the stolen data leaked by the attackers and the analysis of the used malware allow us to patch together bits and pieces of what happened.
Employees of Sony Pictures Entertainment have received a bizarre email purportedly sent by the hackers who took down the company's network and systems.
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